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- (UK) enPR: kŏn'strŭkt, IPA(key): /ˈkɒn.stɹʌkt/
- (US) enPR: kän'strŭkt, IPA(key): /ˈkɑn.stɹʌkt/
Audio (US), noun (file)
construct (plural constructs)
- Something constructed from parts.
- The artwork was a construct of wire and tubes.
- Loops and conditional statements are constructs in computer programming.
- A concept or model.
- Bohr's theoretical construct of the atom was soon superseded by quantum mechanics.
- (genetics) A segment of nucleic acid, created artificially, for transplantation into a target cell or tissue.
- (something constructed from parts): construction
- (concept, model): concept, idea, model, notion, representation
something constructed from parts
concept or model
segment of DNA created artificially
- (transitive) To build or form (something) by assembling parts.
- We constructed the radio from spares.
- (transitive) To build (a sentence, an argument, etc.) by arranging words or ideas.
- A sentence may be constructed with a subject, verb and object.
- Marita Sturken
- The Vietnam War films are forms of memory that function to provide collective rememberings, to construct history, and to subsume within them the experience of the veterans.
- (transitive, geometry) To draw (a geometric figure) by following precise specifications and using geometric tools and techniques.
- Construct a circle that touches each vertex of the given triangle.
- (build or form by assembling parts'): assemble, build, form, make, produce, put together
- (build (a sentence or argument)): form
- (draw (a geometric figure)):
build or form by assembling parts
build (a sentence or argument)
draw (a geometric figure)
- Noah Webster (1913), “construct”, in Noah Porter, editor, Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, Springfield, Mass.: G. & C. Merriam Company
- “construct”, in The Century Dictionary, New York: The Century Co., 1911
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